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  • In situ structure determination by subtomogram averaging. [Review]
  • COCurr Opin Struct Biol 2019 Jun 21; 58:68-75
  • Castaño-Díez D, Zanetti G
  • Cryo-tomography and subtomogram averaging are increasingly popular techniques for structural determination of macromolecular complexes in situ. They have the potential to achieve high-resolution view…
  • Scrotal Hydrocele in Acute Pancreatitis. [Journal Article]
  • UUrology 2019 Jun 21
  • Loloi J, Clark JY
  • Acute pancreatitis a common diagnosis. Although extremely rare, extravasated pancreatic fluid has the potential to third-space into the peritoneal cavity or retroperitoneal space. We report the case …
  • Electromagnetic Transthoracic Nodule Localization for Minimally Invasive Pulmonary Resection. [Journal Article]
  • ATAnn Thorac Surg 2019 Jun 21
  • Long J, Petrov R, … Akulian J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The use of intraoperative electromagnetic transthoracic nodule localization prior to thoracoscopic resection of small and/or difficult to palpate lung nodules is safe and effective, potentially eliminating the need for direct nodule palpation. Use of this technique aids in minimally invasive localization and resection of small, deep and/or ground-glass lung nodules.
  • Influence of orbital morphology on proptosis reduction and ocular motility after decompression surgery in patients with Graves' orbitopathy. [Journal Article]
  • PlosPLoS One 2019; 14(6):e0218701
  • Oeverhaus M, Copei A, … Stähr K
  • CONCLUSIONS: We were able to show that orbital morphology influences the outcome of balanced orbital decompression surgery in terms of proptosis reduction and motility. However, the rather low coefficients of correlation show that the surgical outcome cannot be predicted with simple CT measurements, although risk factors for postoperative abduction deficit could be found. Therefore, preoperative planning should consider especially the orbital surface area and depth of ethmoidal sinus. Patients should be informed about the higher risk of diplopia with higher proptosis reduction.
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